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DJ ESP - The Earthworm Sings mp3 album

  • Performer: DJ ESP
  • Title: The Earthworm Sings
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: US
  • Formats: MPC VOC MP1 AU AA ADX RA
  • Released: 1993
  • Style: Techno, Acid
  • MP3 album: 1761 mb
  • FLAC album: 1578 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 841
DJ ESP - The Earthworm Sings mp3 album

Woody McBride's first solo 12" released in the spring of 1993 and the follow-up to the brilliant Psycapocalyp tracks he did with Freddy Fresh on both Adam & Eve records and the little known Cabin Rave cd compilation. Hard, mind-bending acid lines over driving, if somewhat monotonous drum patterns.

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Tracklist

Wet Dirt
Sleeper
Hybernation

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EX-14 DJ ESP The Earthworm Sings ‎(12") EXperimental EX-14 US 1993
EX-14 DJ ESP The Earthworm Sings ‎(12", Bro) EXperimental EX-14 US 1993
EX-14 DJ ESP The Earthworm Sings ‎(12", TP) EXperimental EX-14 US 1993



Reviews about DJ ESP - The Earthworm Sings (3):
Jan
There are many facets to Woody Mc Bride's career, but back when it counted, if it was the hard stuff you fancied, Woody wasn't just the king of US psychotic acid, but indeed potentially THE king of the hard acid sound next to a handful of our favourite German purveyors of the industrial edge of the little TB's talents. The argument about that rages on and will continue to do so, but when you hear this record, all of that fades to nothing and the SOUND engulfs you and does things to your mind, right at the lizard brain core where the seat of our emotions as homo sapien's resides, that changes how you perceive music as a whole. You cannot help but be changed by this record if you were one of us who heard this blasting out of a multi-K sound system taking prisoners of those who fell under it's spell. A spectrum analysis of the harmonic content of this record is a sight to behold: the magic is right there encoded into those narrow little grooves. Only 'Hidden' on Labworks he released as 4D is better, but played one after the other, all that noise suddenly starts making sense... A comment on this vinyl: side A of this release is quieter than side B, however it is the same with the black vinyl "repress", and overall the quality of the softer marbled vinyl suits the noisy elements of this recording better than the black. If you can get one, the brown one is the one you want, if you can't - get what you can find. Good luck on your hunt.
Beranyle
Woody McBride's first solo 12" released in the spring of 1993 and the follow-up to the brilliant Psycapocalyp tracks he did with Freddy Fresh on both Adam & Eve records and the little known Cabin Rave cd compilation. As the above reviewer states, Wet Dirt is the classic, but the B side tracks are much more typical Woody production style. Hard, mind-bending acid lines over driving, if somewhat monotonous drum patterns. As the year progressed Woody pushed this formula as far as it would go, as subsequent releases jacked the bpms into hardcore range and 303 lines increased in corresponding ferocity. But this was the first and the one the put Woody on the map, long before everyone and their cousin fell in love with the minimal, soporific sounds of Communique and Basketball Heroes. As an aside, my copy is signed by both Woody and Freddie Fresh.
Fordg
Deep driving, hard pounbding acid. Hard in the way that it should be, the way Mr. McBride has shown he is an absolute genius in. Side AS: "Wet Dirt" is the jewel and contains all the magic on this one.

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